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Bose Grants for 2017 reward bold and unconventional research visions - MIT News

Vanu's wife, Judith, spoke to the newest class of fellows about his boundless enthusiasm for the Bose Grants: “Vanu loved this moment. He loved it for the way that it so beautifully and perfectly celebrated the intellectual curiosity of his father, and ...

Indian American tech pioneer Vanu Bose dies at 52 - newsindiatimes.com

Vanu Bose, the Indian American who re-imagined cellular networks and extended service to people living in remote areas of the world, died at the age of 52 on Saturday, Nov. 11 in Concord, Massachusetts, from a pulmonary embolism that he had suffered in ...

Entrepreneur Vanu Bose Dies at Age 52 from Sudden Pulmonary Embolism - India West

Vanu Bose, an Indian American software entrepreneur and founder of Vanu, Inc., died Nov. 11 from a sudden pulmonary embolism at age 52, according to an MIT news release. A graduate of MIT, Bose was also the CEO of Vanu, Inc., an innovative firm that ...

The Unfinished Work of Vanu Bose - MIT Technology Review

A couple of years ago, Vanu Bose was driving down a dirt road in rural Rwanda searching for sites to install a new kind of cellular base station. Developed by his wireless-technology company, Vanu, Inc., the stations would be part of his plan to bring ...

Vanu Bose, the man who took cellular service to remote areas, passes away - Financial Express

He was son of was Amar G Bose, founder of Bose Corporation, the company which made high-quality audio systems and speakers. However, Vanu decided to start his own company, Vanu Inc, which was formed in 1998, while pursuing his PhD at the Massachusetts ...

Tribute to A Tech Innovator who Revolutionized Communication in Rural Areas - Entrepreneur

Throughout his life he passionately followed the development of wireless technology to achieve his aim of connecting the far off rural parts of the world, including areas like Vermont and Rwanda. Though technology is continuously influencing the world ...

Vanu Bose Found Ways to Bring Cellphone Service to Unserved Areas - Wall Street Journal

His father, Amar, was a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who made a fortune with his Bose Corp. His paternal grandfather, Noni Bose, who fought against British rule in India, fled to the U.S. in 1920. Vanu Bose grew up in a home ...

Vanu Bose Tribute, Plus Latest Boston Tech Headlines - Xconomy

We start this week's Boston tech watch on a somber note: Vanu Bose, a local technology executive and MIT alumnus, passed away Saturday from a sudden pulmonary embolism, according to an announcement from MIT. He was 52. Bose was the founder and CEO of ...

Software Defined Radio (SDR) Pioneer Vanu Gopal Bose is Dead at 52 - ARRL

Software Defined Radio (SDR) pioneer Vanu Gopal Bose died on November 11 after suffering a sudden pulmonary embolism. He was 52. Bose was the son of Bose Corp founder Amar G. Bose, who died 4 years ago at 83. Vanu Bose in 1998 founded Vanu Inc., which ...

Vanu Bose, Who Brought Cellular Service to Remote Areas, Dies at 52 - New York Times

Vanu Bose, who reimagined cellular networks and extended service to people living in remote regions of the world, died on Saturday in Concord, Mass. He was 52. The cause was a pulmonary embolism that he had suffered in a hospital emergency room, his ...

Vanu Bose, Communications Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Dies at 52 - Electronics360

Vanu Bose, founder and chief executive of Vanu Inc., and son of Bose Corp. founder Amar G. Bose, died Saturday of a pulmonary embolism. Photo: New AmericaThe younger Bose was 52 at the time of his death; his father, at age 83, predeceased him by four ...

SDR pioneer Dr. Vanu Gopal Bose dies at 52 - Southgate Amateur Radio Club

In 1998 he founded Vanu Inc. which pioneered the commercialization of software-defined radio and was the first company to receive FCC certification of a software-defined radio in 2004. The firm's technology, which grew out of Bose's graduate research ...

Vanu Bose, Wayland Grad, MIT Member, Software Engineer, Dies - Patch.com

WAYLAND, MA—Vanu Bose '87, SM '94, PhD '99, a leading software executive and a member of the MIT Corporation with deep ties to the Institute, died on Saturday at age 52 due to a sudden pulmonary embolism, announced MIT. Bose founded Vanu, Inc., which ...

Vanu Bose, Son of Bose Founder Amar Bose, Software Pioneer and MIT Corporation Member, Dies at 52 - IndUS Business Journal

CAMBRIDGE, MA—Vanu Bose, a leading software executive and a member of the MIT Corporation with deep ties to Massachusetts Institute of Technology and son of Bose Corporation Founder Late Amar Bose, died on Saturday at age 52. The cause of his death ...

Technology pioneer Vanu Bose dies at 52 - Boston Business Journal

Vanu Bose, the son of Bose Corp. founder Amar Bose and a technology pioneer in his own right, died on Saturday at the age of 52 after suffering a pulmonary embolism. Bose was the founder and CEO of Vanu Inc., a Lexington firm that provides wireless ...

Vanu Bose, MIT Community Member And Cell Service Leader, Dies At 52 - WBUR

In October, Bose spoke to WBUR's All Things Considered about the company's efforts to restore communications to Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Vanu Inc. sent more than 40 of its stations to Puerto Rico for free. Cell phone coverage is enabled ...

Vanu Bose, 52, noted figure with MIT and cellular pioneer - The Boston Globe

Born into one of Greater Boston's most prominent technology families, Vanu Bose became an entrepreneur in his own right, founding a company that uses cellular base stations to help provide wireless infrastructure globally, including in sparsely ...

Vanu Bose, software pioneer and MIT Corporation member, dies at 52 - MIT News

Vanu Bose '87, SM '94, PhD '99, a leading software executive and a member of the MIT Corporation with deep ties to the Institute, died on Saturday at age 52. The cause of his death was a sudden pulmonary embolism. Bose was the founder and CEO of Vanu ...

How Vanu Can Make Rural Cellphone Networks Profitable On $1 A Month And Connect Rural Africa - Forbes

How can you make a cellular network profitable if your average users spend just $1 a month, Vanu Bose asked himself, before reinventing the cellular equipment and underlying business model to make it possible. The CEO of mobile equipment maker Vanu.com ...

Lexington Company Helps Restore Cell Service In Puerto Rico - WBUR

... billion people around the world who don't have cell service get connected. The portable stations are being used in rural Vermont and Rwanda. Each station covers about a 3-mile radius and costs about $5,000. The company sent three stations to Puerto ...

Vanu Bose is the founder and CEO of Vanu, Inc., a firm whose software-based radio technology provides a wireless infrastructure that enables individual base stations to simultaneously operate GSM, CDMA, and iDEN protocols for cellphone voice and data transmission.

Born Vanu Gopal Bose
1965 (age 50–51)
Boston area
Residence Cambridge, MA
Citizenship American
Alma mater MIT
Employer Vanu Incorporated
Known for Wireless communications
Relatives Amar Bose (father) and Prema (mother)

Vanu Bose is the founder and CEO of Vanu, Inc., a firm whose software-based radio technology provides a wireless infrastructure that enables individual base stations to simultaneously operate GSM, CDMA, and iDEN protocols for cellphone voice and data transmission.

He is the son of Amar Bose, the late founder of Bose Corporation.

ITU INTERVIEWS: Dr Vanu Bose, President & CEO of Vanu Inc

Interview with Dr Vanu Bose, President & CEO of Vanu Inc., at the Broadband Commission for Digital Development Meeting, Dublin, 23 March 2014.

Radio Technology and Connecting the Last Mile - AfricaCom Interview with Vanu Inc's Dr Vanu Bose

Day 1 at AfricaCom 2016 with the Visions for Africa keynote addresses and panel discussions that tackled, head on, the barriers to connectivity to accelerate internet access and adoption in...

American engineer and technology executive Vanu Bose Died at 52

A venture capital investment of $9 million in 2007 from Charles River Ventures was followed by $32 million in 2008, from an arm of the Tata Group, Norwest Venture Partners. A subsidiary,...

Research Challenges in Software Radio - University of Washington Interviewing Vanu Bose 2001

UWTV: Research Challenges in Software Radio - University of Washington presenting Dr. Vanu Bose 2001.

Vanu Bose explains the differences in fragementation

Dr. Vanu Bose, President and CEO of Vanu, Inc., distinguishes the differences between access fragmentation and Internet fragmentation, and explains how that influences inclusivity.

Vanu Bose describes what he believes are keys to an inclusive Internet

Dr. Vanu Bose, President and CEO of Vanu, Inc., says that the ability to get online is a key to an inclusive Internet.